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Alcon acquires Chilean miner drama 'The 33' for fall release

Alcon Entertainment has unearthed "The 33," acquiring North American and the majority of international distribution rights for the Chilean survival drama, the company announced Tuesday.

Alcon Entertainment Acquires Chilean Miner Drama The 33

2 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Antonio Banderas and Juliette Binoche headline the Patricia Riggen film, set for a November 13 release The post Alcon Entertainment Acquires Chilean Miner Drama The 33 appeared first on

Alcon Acquires Chilean Mine Disaster Pic ‘The 33?

Alcon Entertainment has acquired North American and the majority of international distribution rights to The 33, the Patricia Riggen-directed drama about the 2010 Chilean mine disaster that trapped the miners for 69 days at the bottom of a gold and copper mine in 2010. Show More Summary

Chile court rules tailings dam for Antofagasta's Los Pelambres mine safe

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - A Chilean court ruled on Wednesday that the tailings dam for Antofagasta Minerals' flagship Los Pelambres copper mine is safe, though a separate appeal has not yet been decided on a judge's ruling to demolish the facility that holds refuse left over from the extraction process.

Check Out The New Trailer For The Chilean Miner Film 'The 33'

When 33 Chilean miners became trapped underground while on a project, the story captivated the world. For 69 days, they fought for their lives and worked to escape, as rescue teams on the outside dealt with challenges of their own trying to get them out. Show More Summary

The 33 Trailer Captures The True Drama Of The Trapped Chilean Miners

Back in 2010, the world watched as 33 miners in Chile worked to survive a period of 69 days trapped inside a closed off copperâ??gold mine. Now that incident has been turned into a feature film about resilience and strength - and it has a pretty damn impressive cast bringing the script to life. Show More Summary

Antonio Banderas In ‘The 33? Trailer: “I Believe We’ll Make It Out Of Here!”

The international trailer to The 33, Patricia Riggen’s film about the 2010 Chilean miner drama, has been released and there’s some haunting images here. Similar to how Oliver Stone brought us inside the Twin Towers during 9/11 in World...Show More Summary

Trailer for Chilean Miner Movie, THE 33!

You probably remember the horrific cave-in that took place at the San Jose mine in Chlie five years ago. 33 miners were trapped below ground, and the world looked on and hoped as rescue teams worked for 69 days to rescue them. Read the...Show More Summary

‘The 33? Trailer: Antonio Banderas Leads the Chilean Miner Movie

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Five years ago, a cave-in at the San José Mine in Copiapó, Chile left 33 miners trapped. The entire world tuned in to watch the tragedy unfold over the next 69 days, as the men awaited rescue 2,300 feet underground. Now, we’re aboutShow More Summary

Chilean Mining Disaster Hits the Big Screen in 'The 33' First Trailer

It's been five years since the world was captivated by the ongoing tragedy of 33 Chilean miners who were trapped a half-mile underground after an accident in a mine caused it to collapse. After 69 days, every single one of the trapped miners was rescued for a happy ending. Show More Summary

Chilean miner rescued in 2010 loses home due to flash floods

3 months agoNews : NY Daily News

One of the Chilean miners famously rescued in 2010 has lost his home due to flash floods.


I received a review copy of Héctor Tobar's new book Deep Down Dark the other week and read the entire thing in one sitting. In it, Tobar tells the utterly mind-boggling story of the Chilean mine disaster of 2010, when 33 miners wereShow More Summary

Crisis Leadership, My Robotic Legs and the Frontiers of Innovation

How do you lead in a crisis: a disaster on Mount Everest, an oil spill, a collapse trapping 33 Chilean miners underground, or, in my case, going blind and then having an accident which left me paralyzed? Last year, I joined the World Economic Forum's group of Young Global Leaders for a course on leadership in extreme situations, led by Dutch Leonard. Show More Summary

Hector Tobar leaving LA Times for Univ. of Oregon

Tobar, a former foreign correspondent, has most recently been a staff writer in books. His book on the buried Chilean miners comes out next month.

SunEdison To Set Up 70 MW Solar Power Project For Chilean Copper Mine

SunEdison has announced that it has signed an agreement with Antofagasta Minerals S.A. to set up 69.5 MW solar power project at a copper mine in Chile SunEdison To Set Up 70 MW Solar Power Project For Chilean Copper Mine was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

3 Updates: Sheri Sangji lab death; Chilean miners; Tesora Plant explosion

We've recently found interesting developments or updates on three stories that we've covered in the past: A settlement in criminal charges in the Sheri Sangji Lab death case; an in-depth feature on how the Chilean miners survived; and a four-year retrospective on the Tesoro Plant explosion that killed 7. Patrick Harran And L.A. District Attorney Reach Deal In Sheri Sangji...

What We're Reading This Week: Chilean Miners, Memorable Summers, Sicilian Wine

There have been numerous pieces on the 33 trapped Chilean miners and their miraculous rescue in late 2010, but Héctor Tobar’s gripping article in The New Yorker was the only one that helped me understand what those two months underground felt like for the starving, resilient miners. Show More Summary

Journey Into the Interior: A Masterpiece of Exploration

In August 2010 the world stopped breathing when a group of men employed as Chilean miners was trapped inside the San Jose Mine, nearly as deep as the tallest building on earth. I, too, longed for my daily infusion of news about their battle to survive. Show More Summary

Chilean Miners Were Trapped In a Mine the Size of the Burj Khalifa

12 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

It's been almost four years since 33 Chilean miners were trapped below the surface of the earth for 69 days. A story published this week by The New Yorker reveals some additional stunning details about their harrowing rescue, and some astounding new information about the mine itself. Read more...

Somebody Interrupted Colombia-Ivory Coast by Throwing a Giant Soccer Ball Onto the Field (GIF)

Yesterday at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, a pack of rowdy Chileans stormed the media center in Sao Paolo’s Maracana stadium before the game between Chile and Spain. So I guess those Chilean miners got everybody a little too worked up. Fortunately, while fans at the Colombia-Ivory Coast matchup today in Brasilia were pretty excited, they stopped short of going […]

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